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CROWDS WATCH ARRIVAL OF

CROWDS WATCH ARRIVAL OF

discussed is a report submit toil by the Special Committee which sat yesterday afternoon. with regard the obsorvaneo of tho truce in Ireland, and it is possible that Sinn Fein representatives may raise the matter of tho release of the Irish internees. Tho a
13 October 1921 - Yorkshire Evening Post - Leeds, Yorkshire, England
 
FRATERNISING IN DUBLIN.

FRATERNISING IN DUBLIN.

Developments Were Brought About. LORD MIDLETON ON THE NEW HOPES. Mr. de Valera May Make a Preliminary Visit to London. A truce in Ireland has been arranged. and hostilities will cease from Monday at noon. This glad news, which, as the " Westminster Gazette
09 July 1921 - Westminster Gazette - London, London, England
 
ESCAPE OF SINN FEIN PRISONERS.

ESCAPE OF SINN FEIN PRISONERS.

yesterday raided the Ranelagh Branch of the Royal Bank of Ireland in Dublin and made off with £800. ASQUITH'S PLEA FOR TRUCE IN IRELAND. " AN AUTHENTIC NATIONAL MOVEMENT." Mr Asquith was one of the principal speakers at meeting held under the auspices of
12 May 1921 - Dundee Courier - Dundee, Angus, Scotland
 
AN IRISH TRUCE.

AN IRISH TRUCE.

Mansion Hotuse pourparlers between Mr. Valera and the .Southern Unionists are resumed J-riday. The question of a truce throuqlioUt Ireland, it is believed, is the moment receiving urgent attention, and is understood to-dav’s conference was primarily concerned
06 July 1921 - Hartlepool Northern Daily Mail - Hartlepool, Durham, England
 
SENTIMENTALISTS AND IRISH PEACE.

SENTIMENTALISTS AND IRISH PEACE.

Correspondent.) Westminster, Wednesday. Just because Easter is at hand, the sentimentalists made another call for a truce in Ireland. They pointed out that at Christmas an effort was made. Now that Easter is approaching oould not it be made again? Up
24 March 1921 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
TRUTH.

TRUTH.

China. You cannot have more inflammable material about your political premises than old, worn-out military treaties. The Truce in Ireland. At the present juncture one feels inclined to hold one's breath in •contemplating Ireland. as when one watches children
13 July 1921 - Truth - London, London, England
 
A Specxu , Committee appointed by tne msn Peace Conference to consider various questions relating to a stricter observance of

A Specxu , Committee appointed by tne msn Peace Conference to consider various questions relating to a stricter observance of

Committee appointed by tne msn Peace Conference to consider various questions relating to a stricter observance of the truce in Ireland met in London , and will , it is understood , report to tie Conference when it resumes this morning . ( P- ^ - ) The
13 October 1921 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
The Court CiTculaT announces that bir Hamar Greenwood , ' Chief Secretary for Ireland , had an audience of the

The Court CiTculaT announces that bir Hamar Greenwood , ' Chief Secretary for Ireland , had an audience of the

Friday night , and that Lord Midlston was received by His Majestv on Saturday morning . " ' ( P- 6 . ) Tee terms of a truce in Ireland were agreed npon between representatives of the British Army and Sinn Fein in Dublin , hostilities to cease to-day .
11 July 1921 - The Scotsman - Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
 
VoL. XXII. No. 608

VoL. XXII. No. 608

n being that the mottoes on those banners must come within the limits of Peace phraseology, such as, " Peace (or a Truce) with Ireland," " Women Citizens (or Voters) desire Peace, Goodwill, and Friendship with Ireland," etc., etc.,—our one object on this
17 June 1921 - Vote - London, London, England
 
HAROLD JONES

HAROLD JONES

Hopeful Permanent Peace. (Throueh Reuter’s Arency.) * • Paris, Monday- According the Excelsior" the declaration of a truce in Ireland has been hailed with a feeling of relief the members the Irish colony in Paris, and the keenest hopes have been raised
12 July 1921 - Leeds Mercury - Leeds, Yorkshire, England